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Lisa Krasner


Lisa Krasner


Current NV State Assemblywoman for NV District 26- first elected in 2016. Adjunct Professor- Truckee Meadows Community College- Political Science Department- teaches courses on the United States Constitution and Nevada Constitution.

Political Office

Senate District 16

Political Affiliation


How would you describe yourself to voters?

I am a Constitutional Conservative Republican.
I earned my Doctorate degree in Law from the University of Laverne College of Law.
I earned my Bachelor's Degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
I teach college courses on the United State Constitution and Nevada Constitution.
I am the incumbent Assemblywoman for NV Assembly District 26.
I was first elected to the NV State Assemblywoman for District 26 in 2016.
I have served for three regular sessions and three special sessions in the NV Legislature.
I have been fighting for the people of Assembly District 26 for the last six years as their State Assemblywoman.
I understand what our Founding fathers intended for us in our Constitution , and I promise to continue to respect and uphold those principles.

What do you see as the top issues in this campaign?

.The Economy/Job creation
2. Election Integrity
3. Education

In your opinion, how would you rate the state’s response to the pandemic? Why?

I rate the response as -Poor.
Governor Sisolak's lockdown orders were devastating to Nevada's economy.
In February 2020, Nevada had a record low unemployment rate of 3.6%.
Within a few months after the lockdown by the Governor, Nevada had a high unemployment rate of 30.5%.
Small businesses were closed permanently, people lost their jobs and could not pay their rent, mortgages or other bills.
Schools and places of worship were closed down.
Children lost valuable learning time by the shutdown of our schools.
Southern Nevada’s tourism/casino/resort industry was particularly hard hit.

Education and local government officials have long asked lawmakers to change the way the state assesses property taxes. That includes raising the current tax threshold. Should lawmakers consider raising those thresholds? If not, what is the best way for governments to raise money for local programs?

We cannot tax our way into prosperity. I am not in favor of raising taxes on the people of Nevada.
I believe that people should keep more of their hard earned money.
Government and elected officials should learn to live within their means.
We need to cut or reduce duplicate programs, waste, and bloated government programs.